FOX HUNTING: Comment on Cameron’s vote shambles

Andrew Gwynne MP said:

“I have always been against this outrageous attempt to repeal the Hunting Act by the back-door, and I will always vote against any proposals to do so again. We must remain vigilant – I have no doubt that David Cameron will have another go. Labour will be standing with the eighty per cent of the British public who agree that fox hunting is appalling.”

Maria Eagle, Labour’s Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, said:

“David Cameron is now running scared because he knew he was going to lose the vote on fox hunting. The Government’s proposed changes to the Hunting Act have become a shambles. This has nothing to do with ‘pest control’ – it is a shabby attempt to repeal a successful piece of animal welfare legislation by the back-door.”

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